Roscoe Riley Rules #1, Never Glue Your Friends to Chairs

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Come join the fun in Roscoe Riley Rules #1, Never Glue Your Friends to Chairs.

Included in the packet is a vocabulary study and comprehension questions to keep your students engaged learners.

The DRA level for this book is 24. Grades 1-3. I use this book for guided reading groups, however, would be suitable for whole group reading as well.

Comprehension question types:

Green Questions - The answer is found in one place in the text. The students can go directly to the text and find the answer to this kind of question.
Red Questions - The question is not answered directly in the text. The student must stop and think about the passage and what they know to help them answer the questions.
Yellow Questions - The answer is found by searching several places in the text. The students must slow down and look in more than one place in the text to answer this kind of question.

Included skills are:
Foreshadowing
Point-of-View
Context Clues
Making Connections
Character analysis
Making predictions
Author's purpose
Somebody~Wanted~But~So
Total Pages
21
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
3 Weeks

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Roscoe Riley Rules #1, Never Glue Your Friends to Chairs
Roscoe Riley Rules #1, Never Glue Your Friends to Chairs
Roscoe Riley Rules #1, Never Glue Your Friends to Chairs
Roscoe Riley Rules #1, Never Glue Your Friends to Chairs